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  1. Ml Programming Language Family: Ml, Standard Ml, Objective Caml, Mythryl, F Sharp, Nemerle, Alice, Standard Ml of New Jersey, Concurrent Ml
  2. Commentary on Standard Ml by Robin Milner, Mads Tofte, 1991-03
  3. Ml Primer (BCS Practitioner) by Ryan Stansifer, 1992-02
  4. Applicative High Order Programming: The Standard M.L.Perspective (Chapman & Hall Computing) by Steve Sokolowski, 1991-02-21
  5. Advanced Functional Programming: 6th International School, AFP 2008, Heijen, The Netherlands, May 19-24, 2008, Revised Lectures (Lecture Notes in Computer ... Computer Science and General Issues)
  6. Tagged Union: Computer Science, Variant Type, Disjoint Union, Data Structure, ML Programming Language, Algebraic Data Type
  7. Practical Course in Functional Programming Using Standard Ml by Richard Bosworth, 1994-11-01
  8. Elements ML Programming by ULLMAN, 1994-01-02
  9. Categorical ML: Category-theoretic modular programming (Technical report series. University of Manchester. Dept. of Computer Science) by Esther Dennis-Jones, 1989
  10. Modules and persistence in standard ML (LFCS report series. University of Edinburgh. Dept. of Computer Science. Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science) by Robert Harper, 1986
  11. Adaptive functional programming ([Research paper] / Carnegie Mellon University. School of Computer Science) by Umut A Acar, 2002
  12. Abstract Data Types in Standard ML (Wiley Professional Computing) by Rachel Harrison, 1993-06
  13. Programming Languages Created in the 1970s: Programming Languages Created in 1978, Ml, Atari Basic, Plex
  14. Implementation and Application of Functional Languages: 16th International Workshop, IFL 2004, Lübeck, Germany, September 8-10, 2004, Revised Selected ... Computer Science and General Issues)

21. COMP 204: The ML Programming Language
The ml programming Language. Here are some resourcesfor learning functional programming in ML.
The ML Programming Language
Here are some resources for learning functional programming in ML.

22. Book Review: Elements Of ML Programming
Book review Elements of ml programming. Search Last Modified 5 Feb 2003Elements of ml programming Ullman, Jeffrey D. Date finished 199812-14.
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Last Modified: 14 Dec 1998 Elements of ML Programming
Ullman, Jeffrey D.
Date finished: 1998-12-14 Posted on /. ) This slim book is a fine introduction to the ML97 version of the ML programming language, and is worth reading by anyone interested in learning about functional programming. It starts off by teaching you about simple expressions and ML's basic data types, covers writing recursive functions to perform common tasks, and by the end is discussing data structures and information hiding. There are lots of examples and exercises, which you can try out by downloading the SML/NJ implementation . Ullman's writing style is simple and clear, so it's not difficult to understand, and I really enjoyed reading it (sadly a rarity with technical books these days). ML is mostly a functional language, though it supports some degree of imperative programming, and is an elegant system worth attention. The language has some novel features; my favorite is its automatic type inference. A friend of mine once observed that many programming bugs stem from type mismatches, and points out that because of ML's strict type inference and checking, once you get an ML program to compile successfully it often produces correct results. For example, look at the following interaction with the SML/NJ interpreter: val sumlist = fn : int list -> int ML is smart enough to figure out that the resulting sumlist function takes a list of integers as input ('int list') and returns an integer ('-> int'). It can therefore report an error if you attempt to pass it a list of real numbers:

23. CSE298 Textbook: Elements Of ML Programming
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25. ML Programming
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26. Citation
Citation. Elements of ml programming Author Jeffrey D. Ullman Stanford Univ.,Stanford, CA Publisher PrenticeHall, Inc. Upper Saddle River, NJ, USA

27. SML/NJ Literature
Elements of ml programming, ML97 Edition. Author Jeffrey D. Ullman. Programmingwith Standard ML. Authors Chris Clack, Colin Myers, and Ellen Poon.
SML/NJ Literature
Introduction to Standard ML
Author: Robert Harper, CMU
Using the SML/NJ System
Author: Peter Lee, CMU
Four Lectures on Standard ML
Author: Mads Tofte, DIKU
Essentials of Standard ML Modules
Author: Mads Tofte, DIKU
Tips for Computer Scientists On Standard ML
Author: Mads Tofte, DIKU
A Gentle Introduction to ML
Author: Andrew Cumming, Napier University
Several textbooks on SML programming are available. We recommend the first two in this list. ML for the Working Programmer assumes a little more programming experience than Elements of ML Programming , however either one ought to be adequate for learning the language. Both of these books are in their second editions, now covering the SML '97 version of the language and Basis.
ML for the Working Programmer (2nd edition)
Author: Larry C. Paulson

28. Prentice Hall - ML--Programming
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29. Exercise 3: Basic ML Programming
Exercise 3 Basic ml programming. Functions with Many Arguments. You can alsodefine functions in ML that (appear to) take more than one argument.

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Exercise 3: Basic ML Programming
Functions with Many Arguments
You can also define functions in ML that (appear to) take more than one argument. The format for such a definition is as follows: fun name var var expression var , var For example, try typing in the following definition of the function add fun add x y = x + y; Use the function to add together a few numbers, for example: add 1 2 You can think of this form of definition as a short hand for the following, longer, form. val name = fn var var
expression var var The longer form of the definition makes it explicit that name is not, in fact, defined to be a function taking multiple arguments, but as a function that takes just one argument and returns another function as its result. For example, try evaluating add 5 , then take the result ( it ) and apply it to . Use this feature to define a function inc in terms of add
Recursive Functions
Functions may be defined recursively in ML. For example, consider the following definition of factorial fun factorial n = if n = then 1 else n * (factorial (n - 1));

30. Elements Of ML Programming, ML97 Edition (2nd Edition)
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Although this is an introductory book, I also recommend it to advanced programmers. Concise and well written, it is a joy to read. Programmers who have little knowledge of modern functional languages will benefit immensely from this book. It is a great recreational read. Elements of ML Programming, ML97 Edition (2nd Edition) > Related Products

31. ML Programming Language - Acapedia - Free Knowledge, For All
ml programming language. ML (standing for MetaLanguage ) is a functional programminglanguage developed in the early 1980s at Edinburgh University.
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34. Functional Programming Languages
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7. Functional Programming Languages
7.1. Introduction
In the realm of computing, the term functional tends to take on two very distinct meanings:
  • Functional = contains lots of functionality , and Functional = involves evaluation of expressions that do not have side effects rather than execution of commands. The typical comparison is that ``functional'' languages are thought of as distinct from ``imperative'' languages.

From the comp.lang.functional FAQ comes the following: "Functional programming is a style of programming that emphasizes the evaluation of expressions, rather than execution of commands. The expressions in these language are formed by using functions to combine basic values. A functional language is a language that supports and encourages programming in a functional style. " In an imperative language, one might describe an algorithm for adding values together to get a sum thus:
The functional equivalent would be expressed without any variable updates ( e.g.

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36. School Of Informatics Module Descriptor
Three written assignments, weighted equally one on ml programming; one on the MLmodule system; one on specification and proof. Programming in Standard ML.
Module Descriptor
Module: Functional Programming and Specification
Credits Level Pre-requisites CS2. Alternatively, a good background in some programming language together with a familiarity with basic notation from logic (logical connectives, quantifiers, etc.) and proofs using equational reasoning and induction. Co-requisites None Study Pattern Study Format Hours Lectures Tutorials/Laboratories Assessed assignments Private Study Total Assessment Weightings (%) Assessment Written Examination Assessed Assignments Oral Presentations
The course has two aims. The first is to provide an introduction to programming in Standard ML including the use of the facilities it offers for structuring programs into modules. The clean functional programming paradigm represented by ML is quite different from the imperative object-oriented paradigm represented by Java, making it more suitable for many applications. The second aim is to provide an introduction to formal methods for specification and development of programs, using the Extended ML specification framework as a vehicle. Simple proofs of properties of functions are interwoven with the first part of the course to link it with the second part.
Relevant QAA Computing Curriculum Sections:
Comparative Programming Languages, Programming Fundamentals, Software Engineering

37. Programming Languages; CS6371
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This course will deal with Advanced Concepts in Programming Languages. We will first cover functional programming, followed by logic programming. Then we will switch to studying semantics of programming languages (Operational, Denotational and Axiomatic). We will also study basics of program verification. Good understanding of set theory, discrete mathematics, and data structures is required for this course. In the semantics part, significant amount of time will be devoted to denotational semantics.
This course will help in considerably improving your understanding of the process of programming and the structure of computation. You will also learn how to rapidly implement interpreters and compilers for languages. You will also see the close relationship between language semantics and correctness of programs. Your understanding of

38. Standard ML Of NJ User's Guide
SML/NJ is described by the following documents The ml programming Language Severalbooks, tutorials, and FAQs on the Standard ml programming language are
Standard ML of New Jersey User's Guide
Standard ML of New Jersey (SML/NJ) is a compiler, interactive system, and programming environment for the Standard ML language.
SML/NJ is available for free on the World-Wide Web ; follow the installation instructions there.
SML/NJ is described by the following documents:
The ML Programming Language
Several books tutorials , and FAQs on the Standard ML programming language are available.
The SML/NJ Interactive System
How to get started with sml , how to compile and run programs.
The Standard ML Basis Library
This describes the "library" functions and interfaces that are part of the ML standard. This includes modules for I/O, operating-system interface, arithmetic on integers, reals, and words (unsigned integers), mathematical functions, operations on strings and substrings, and so on.
Compilation Manager
The SML/NJ compilation manager CM organizes and optimizes the compilation process. CM calculates and caches the dependence graph between modules. When a module has been edited and is recompiled, CM compares the export type-signature of the new module to that of the old, to minimize the number of modules that are recompiled. ( HTML or Postscript
The Standard ML of New Jersey Library
The SML/NJ Library contains library and utility functions that are not part of the standard Standard. The SML/NJ library includes modules for binary search trees, adjustable arrays, and other useful data structures.

39. Elements Of ML Programming (in VSCCAT)
Elements of ml programming. Title Elements of ml programming / JeffreyD. Ullman. Author Ullman, Jeffrey D., 1942. Published Upper
Elements of ML programming
  • Elements of ML programming / Jeffrey D. Ullman.
  • Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, 1998.
  • ML97 ed.
  • xiii, 383 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • "An Alan R. Apt book."
  • Includes index.
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  • 40. CSE3322
    Assignment Preparation Guide. 1.11.1. Assessment assignment 1 Basic ml programming . 1.11.2.Assessment assignment 2 Advanced ml programming . Total marks 10.
    Handbook entry
    1.1. Prerequisite knowledge
  • Advanced C programming including recursion Elementary data structures including lists and binary trees Familiarity with an object-oriented programming language Deterministic and non-determinstic finite state automata Context-free grammars
  • Completion of CSE2303 or CSC2030, CSE2304 or CSC2040, and CSE2305 or CSC2050 or equivalent subjects.
    1.2. Relationship to following subjects
    Not available
    1.3.Prescribed texts and software
    There are no prescribed texts. Students will need to use SML/NJ.
    1.4. Recommended references
    • J.D. Ullman. Elements of ML Programming . Prentice Hall, 1998.
    • L. Sterling and E. Shapiro. The Art of Prolog (2nd Ed.). MIT Press, 1994.
    • D. Watt. Programming Language Concepts and Paradigms . Prentice Hall, 1990.
    • R. Sethi. Programming Languages: Concepts and Constructs . Addison-Wesley, 1989.
    • A. Aho, R. Sethi and J. Ullman. Compilers: Principles, Techniques and Tools . Addison-Wesley, 1986.
    • R. Wilhelm and D. Maurer. Compiler Design . Addison-Wesley, 1995.

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